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2 Profile: Donald Crooks, Ph.D. Professor and Director of Graduate Business Programs onald Crooks, who earned D his undergraduate degree and his MBA from Wagner College, returned to the campus he loves in 2002 after a 30-year career on Wall Street. As a managing director at Morgan Stanley and Lehman Brothers, he was responsible for global trading and risk for all equity products and stock exchanges worldwide. He is a recognized industry expert in matters of trading, execution, and risk. Today, he teaches courses including Current Issues in Business, Globalization and Its Impact on Organizations, Managerial Finance, Strategic Leadership and Change, Investment Analysis, Business Policy, and Management. After more than three decades in senior management roles in the corporate world, I know the importance of the customer s needs and wants, he says. As director, I personally act as mentor and advisor to all MBA students, and this does not end at graduation. Throughout the year I stop by all of our classes, and the students have access to my personal contact information. In the Wagner MBA programs, the students are our only business.
3 The Wagner MBA Contents What are you looking for in an MBA program? If your checklist includes: The knowledge and skills you need to advance professionally and to deal effectively with today s new and complex challenges; A program tailored to your needs, schedules, and interests; Personal attention from a program director and faculty dedicated to helping you achieve your unique goals; Small classes where you can develop close relationships with highly qualified faculty and fellow students from a wide variety of professional backgrounds; Access to corporations and business leaders from many different fields while you live and learn in one of the world s great financial centers, New York City; The New York City Experience...2 The Wagner MBA: Key Facts The Traditional MBA...4 The Executive MBA...8 The Accelerated MBA...12 Career Connections &...16 Educational Enhancements Financing, Housing, & Admission...17 Overview of Wagner MBA Programs.Back then you should consider the Wagner MBA. Wagner MBA Means Business, and Our Only Business Is Our Students.
4 The New York City Experience Located in the New York City Borough of Staten Island, Wagner College features the tranquil beauty that once made it a haven for wealthy families such as the Vanderbilts and the Cunards. Yet our traditional campus is located only 30 minutes from Manhattan s downtown financial district. And our academic program ranks among the top 25 for master s-level universities in the North in the U.S. News & World Report America s Best Colleges guide. With a free shuttle service to the Staten Island Ferry, Wagner s strategic location allows it to maintain close ties with Manhattan s business community, providing ideal opportunities for Wagner MBA students. Prime Location Set on a Staten Island hilltop, the Wagner College campus offers a magnificent view of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge and easy access to Manhattan s financial district. The Wagner MBA Key Facts 2 Wagner offers three programs the Traditional MBA, Executive MBA, and Accelerated MBA tailor-made for individuals of different interests, schedules, and stages of their professional life. Our accomplished faculty bring a wealth of practical knowledge to the classroom, drawn from distinguished business careers. The level of personal attention offered in the Wagner MBA programs is unmatched, with an average enrollment of only 115 students in all three programs and classes of no more than 20 students.
5 Profile: Lauren JeBran Accelerated MBA Alumna All MBA students receive personal advisement from the program director, who is committed to their success. Students develop close, supportive relationships in our cohort-based programs, the Executive MBA and Accelerated MBA, and expand their knowledge through each other in all programs. Lauren JeBran, associate at Morgan Stanley in New York City, entered the Wagner Accelerated MBA program immediately after college. She says it prepared her well to launch a career in finance. I knew that I wanted to go back for my MBA, she says, but I wasn t sure if I should do it right after college or work for a few years first. When I heard Dr. Crooks describing this program, I knew it would be a great opportunity. First, she says, the intensive coursework expanded what she had learned as an undergraduate. In addition, the small class sizes allowed the professors to get to know her personality and strengths well and become valuable career advisors. I knew I wanted to go into finance, but that s a big field, she says. My first position at Morgan Stanley was as an analyst a good fit for me. The internship phase of the program, known as the Action Learning Project, then created a smooth transition from coursework into the real world. Lauren s project was at Credit Suisse, allowing her to apply her skills and to gain great exposure while guiding her into her chosen career field. By the end of the program, you re all set to enter the working world, she concludes. 3
6 Tra d i t i o n a l The Traditional MBA A Flexible Program for Working Professionals The Traditional MBA program develops competitive managerial leaders and decision-makers for the private and public sectors. Students acquire comprehensive knowledge of business concepts and skills, and the ability to apply them to their chosen field. Outcomes A comprehensive knowledge of, and a global perspective on, key business concepts and skills. Competence in applying business concepts and skills to your major field of concentration. Strong quantitative skills to analyze major business issues. The ability to conduct empirical research and report the results effectively and professionally. Student Body Profile Gender: 68% males, 32% females Average Age: 24 Undergraduate GPA: 3.10 Years of Professional Experience: 1 4 Program Structure The program consists of 45 credits (15 courses): Core Tier (15 credits): A strong core gives students specific technical expertise in economics, accounting, management, statistics, communications, and law. Major Tier (15 credits): Students choose from an array of coursework to gain a solid basis of knowledge and skills in their chosen major(s). Capstone Tier (12 credits): Coursework in strategic management, forecasting, organizational change, and strategic leadership allows students to integrate technical knowledge and managerial approaches. Elective (3 credits) Most students enroll in three courses per semester. The degree may be completed in as little as 18 months (five semesters), or over as many as five years. The Wagner Traditional MBA Key Facts Five major areas of concentration are offered: finance, health care administration, international business, management, and marketing. The program may be completed at your own pace, in two to five years. A wide array of evening and weekend classes are available to meet the busy schedules of working professionals. 4
7 Profile: Stanley Lapidow, Ph.D. Adjunct Assistant Professor Stanley Lapidow is the former manager of environmental health and safety for the New Jersey State Department of Treasury, where he was responsible for administering occupational and environmental health and safety programs for over 4,000 employees. He previously served in management positions in the pharmaceutical industry, and he is a veteran of the United States Army Chemical Corps. In the Wagner MBA program, we re not just interested in textbook answers, but in reallife experiences, he says. I ve been in all kinds of areas, from government work on the federal and state level to industry. Teaching at Wagner gives me a chance to impart my experiences to the students. Courses taught by Professor Lapidow, who also serves on the faculty of Fairleigh Dickinson Park-Like Campus Wagner College has repeatedly appeared on the Princeton Review s list of the nation s most beautiful campuses. Seen below: the Wagner Union and Trautmann Square. University and Middlesex County College, include Organizational Behavior and Total Quality Management. On average, 80 students are enrolled each year, and class sizes are capped at 20 students to create an intimate and efficient learning environment. 5
8 Profile: Frank DeSimone Visiting Assistant Professor of Marketing Frank DeSimone s business experience ranges from Internet advertising and technology to the manufacturing and distribution of cosmetics and fragrances. His achievements include developing Enforsys Inc. into the numberone provider of sophisticated law enforcement software in the state of New Jersey; acquiring and integrating the Ben Rickert and Cambridge brands into a private label cosmetics manufacturing company; and managing the successful public offering of Azurel Inc. on the NASDAQ stock exchange. Today, he enthusiastically shares his experience and knowledge with Wagner MBA students. I like teaching in the program because it is an intimate setting, where the teacher gets to know each student individually. It is a constructive, customized program, with dedicated teachers and administrators, he says. Named Wagner s Graduate Professor of the Year in 2006, DeSimone teaches Strategic Management and Marketing Management. He is completing his Ph.D. at the International School of Management, based in Paris. I am very proud to be part of the program, he says. We offer a quality business education as the framework to teach students about themselves, and where they might fit in the business world with the greatest level of success. 6
9 The Tr a d i t i o n a l MBA Majors Student choose one or two majors to complete in the program: Finance Health Care Administration International Business Management Marketing Students who complete one major may elect, upon approval, to complete an additional 15 credits (5 courses) in a second major field. Class Schedule Most classes meet for two hours once a week (Monday through Thursday), between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m., for a full semester. Selected courses are offered on Saturdays, allowing students to fulfill course requirements over five concentrated Saturday class meetings (9 a.m. 4 p.m.). The combination of the evening and Saturday classes allows students to better coordinate their academic schedule with their work obligations. Instructional Methods The curriculum employs both traditional and leading-edge technologies in delivering management education. Methods of instruction include: Admission Requirements Requirements for admission into the Traditional MBA program include a bachelor s degree, a GMAT score, two letters of recommendation, and a personal statement. In addition, all incoming students must demonstrate proficiency in spreadsheet and word processing, mathematics, accounting, and statistics. All proficiency requirements must be completed by the end of the first semester of the MBA program. International Study Traditional MBA students have the opportunity to take the elective course Global Perspectives in Business, a one-week program conducted in the major business centers of one or two foreign countries. While visiting firms and organizations outside of the U.S., students gain first-hand insight into the global business setting. Course topics include globalization, cultural influences on consumer behavior, and European economic integration. Traditional lectures and class discussions Case studies Advanced computer simulations Experiential exercises 7
10 Exe c u t i v e The Wagner Executive MBA Key Facts The Ex e c u t i v e MBA Creating Effective Managers and Change Agents The Executive MBA program provides middle-level managers and professionals the behavioral-management skills necessary to advance within their organizations and to effect positive change in today s dynamic business environment. The emphasis is not on number-crunching, but on managing an organization s most critical resource its people. Team building, communication, motivation, and decision-making skills are stressed throughout the curriculum. Student Body Profile Gender: 53% males, 47% females Average Age: 33 Average Years of Experience: 9 Professional Fields: banking, health care, insurance, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, and more. Sponsorship Corporations that have sponsored their employees in the Wagner Executive MBA program include: Alexander & Alexander AT&T Bell Atlantic Bombardier Inc. Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. Chase Manhattan Bank Chemical Banking Corp. Citibank Credit Lyonnais MCI Morgan Stanley Nippon Credit Bank NY Life Insurance Pfizer Staten Island University Hospital Time Warner UBS Financial Services UPS VA Medical Center Verizon The program is structured to accommodate the active schedules of managers and administrators, allowing them to achieve their degree without interrupting their career. The degree may be earned in less than two years (21 months). All classes meet on Saturdays, minimizing the interruption of students work and personal life. 8
11 Profile: Michael Johnson M 06 Executive MBA Alumnus Michael Johnson is director of operations for Verizon in Manhattan, with responsibility for running Verizon s new FiOS fiberoptic service throughout the city. He began his career with Verizon 19 years ago, and now has his eyes set on becoming a chief executive officer. He completed his undergraduate degree in business management and economics while working. By the time he was ready to begin the next stage of his education, he had a young family. He tried an online MBA program, but found the distance learning format impossible to manage as a busy professional and family man. Then he connected with Wagner s Executive MBA program. The interpersonal dynamics of the classroom and immediate instructor feedback were exactly what he needed, motivating him to make the drive from his home in upstate New York to the Wagner campus. To this day, he stays in touch with Professor Donald Crooks, Wagner MBA program director, and his cohort of fellow graduates. Michael says that the Wagner The program is selective, with an average of 20 students per year enrolled in two different cohorts. Executive MBA made an indelible impression. The level of business growth and awareness is profound, particularly with the international business focus, he says. 9
12 Profile: Jacqueline Monterosso Executive MBA Student Director of corporate communications for the Rent Stabilization Association in New York City, Jacqueline Monterosso has her sights set on owning her own political consulting company. She enrolled in Wagner s EMBA program to start achieving her dreams. The convenience of the Saturday classes allows me to continue working full time, says Jacqueline, who earned her bachelor s from Fordham in political science and Middle East studies. The program is cost effective and ranked well against other New York City EMBA programs. She has developed a great appreciation for her professors and her fellow students. The professors are excellent, she says. Well-prepared lectures provide a great forum for class discussions. Every professor is willing to take the time to answer your questions thoroughly. Going through the program with a small cohort of about 10 fellow students, you get to know them and the range of businesses they work in well, she continues. This exposure illuminates more of the business world than what I had been exposed to. 10
13 The Ex e c u t i v e MBA Program Structure The program consists of 45 credits (15 three-credit courses): Functional Tier (21 credits): A strong functional core gives students specific technical expertise in economics, accounting, management, marketing, finance, statistics, and computer usage. Integrative Tier (12 credits): The integrative tier ensures that students understand how the entire organization functions and relates to its environment. Behavioral Tier (12 credits): The behavioral tier helps students learn about the consequences of their personal management style and develop more effective methods of motivating the people they manage. The Cohort Experience Executive MBA students attend their classes with other professionals from a wide range of industries, who share their experiences and perceptions. Throughout the program, students remain together as a cohort and take their courses in a prescribed sequence. The small-group dynamics and interactions provide support and add breadth to the classroom experience. Instructional Methods The curriculum employs both traditional and leading-edge technologies in delivering management education. Methods of instruction include: Traditional lectures and class discussions Case studies Advanced computer simulations Experiential exercises A unique feature of the program is the use of a large-scale behavioral simulation. Participants in the simulation assume specific managerial roles in a fictitious organization and are given feedback on their use of strategic leadership skills and their ability to influence change in their organizations. Amenities Included in tuition, a number of amenities allow students to focus on their studies: Each student receives a top-of-the-line laptop computer. All books are provided and delivered to students at their home. Breakfast and lunch are provided on campus. Eliminating bureaucracy, the staff of the MBA office is the first point of contact for help with any problem. Admission Requirements Admission to Wagner s Executive MBA Program is highly selective. Candidates must have a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution and a minimum of six years experience in a managerial or administrative position. Employer sponsorship is highly recommended. Two letters of recommendation and interview with the director of MBA programs are required. International Study All Executive MBA students participate in a Global Competitive Business Study as part of their coursework in international business and the relationship between business and government. This study includes a one-week program in the major business centers of one or two foreign countries. Transportation, lodging, site admission, and some meal expenses are fully covered by tuition. Past locations have included England, Ireland, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, France, Belgium, and the Netherlands. During the spring 2009 study, the group visited the European Commission and the European Parliament in Brussels; Arcelor Mittal, the world s largest steel producer, in Ghent; and the U.S. Consulate in Amsterdam. Transportation Parking is free at the campus, and a free shuttle to the Staten Island Ferry is available hourly from the front gate gazebo (pictured) as well as from the center of campus. 11
14 Ac c e l e r at e d The Ac c e l e r at e d MBA A 12-Month Program for Young Professionals The Accelerated MBA is a full-time, 12-month program designed for young professionals and recent college graduates who wish to expedite their entry into the job market, and also want to pursue an MBA degree. The program exposes students to all major business disciplines, including finance, marketing, international business, and economics. In the spirit of the College s awardwinning undergraduate curriculum, the Wagner Plan for the Practical Liberal Arts, the Accelerated MBA also puts heavy emphasis on oral and written communication skills, as well as the building of a cohesive learning community. Student Body Profile Gender: 67% males, 33% females Average Age: 22 Undergraduate GPA: 3.26 Program Structure The Accelerated MBA curriculum consists of 46 credits, completed over three consecutive, full-time semesters. Throughout the program, students remain together as a cohort group and take their courses in a prescribed sequence. The coursework exposes students to all major business disciplines, including finance, marketing, international business, and economics. The program focuses primarily on strengthening students analytical and problem-solving skills, managerial leadership and responsibility, and information-technology skills. In addition, effective communication and writing skills are stressed throughout the program. The Wagner Accelerated MBA Key Facts The Accelerated MBA features an intensive, tightly structured curriculum, with integrated classes offered in a lock-step format. The program begins each May and runs for three consecutive semesters, so that the degree is completed in 12 months. Each entering class makes a cohesive cohort of bright and highly motivated students who proceed together through the prescribed course sequence. 12
15 Profile: Elisabeth Cardiello Accelerated MBA Alumna The program appeals to recent college graduates and young professionals who want to minimize time spent out of the job market. Graduates receive an MBA in management with a strong international focus. Elisabeth Cardiello, a graduate of Wagner College s bachelor s and master s degree programs in business administration, works in marketing for Protégé Partners LLC, a $3.4 billion assetmanagement firm in Manhattan. Her first job after the MBA was in private wealth management at Credit Suisse. When I got out into the real world at 23 with an MBA, people had no choice but to look twice, she says. It s uncommon, and in this world, and this economic climate especially, being unique is an absolute must. As someone who began her career in the midst of a deep economic recession, she is not only sensitive to the need for an education that gives a person mental flexibility she is also extremely optimistic about her ability to survive in such an environment. Keeping an open mind and seizing every opportunity that comes your way is very important, she says. This is the time when careers are made, if you re open to change. My MBA in management trained me to notice certain things and to think about them in a certain way that has helped me immensely and will continue to mold my future. 13
16 Profile: Dennis Ritell Accelerated MBA Alumnus Dennis Ritell is a project manager for The Knot Inc., the corporation responsible for the Web s most popular wedding site. Only a few years after his college graduation, he finds himself leading teams of programmers and others to manage and develop this huge online community. His Wagner MBA education, he says, equipped him well for this challenge. Project managers often find themselves managing others with no direct reporting relationship, he says. Having received the proper education into why and how people work has allowed me to be extremely successful in getting others to accomplish their tasks on time and with minimal resistance. The Wagner MBA equipped him with not only knowledge, but also a positive outlook and confidence in his future. Students will leave the program with enriching management knowledge unparalleled to others with similar degrees, while carrying a cando attitude for any upcoming challenge in the business world, he says. 14
17 The Ac c e l e r at e d MBA Instructional Methods The curriculum employs both traditional and leading-edge technologies in delivering management education. Methods of instruction include: Lectures and class discussions Case studies Advanced computer simulations Experiential exercises The program also includes practical work through the Action Learning Project, where students are placed in an organization and given a specific organizational problem or issue to resolve or address. Class Schedule The Accelerated MBA is an intensive, fulltime program. Classes are held on three weekdays, from morning till late afternoon, with most classes meeting once a week for three hours. The two remaining weekdays are intended for students homework assignments and individual or group study. Team Building Week Before traditional coursework begins, all enrolled students spend four days off campus for team-building exercises and a complete program introduction, led by the program director and selected faculty. Amenities Included in tuition, a number of amenities allow students to focus on their studies: Each student receives a top-of-the-line laptop computer. All books are provided and delivered to students in class. Admission Requirements Admission to Wagner s Accelerated MBA program is highly selective. To be considered, candidates must have a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution, with a minimum GPA of 3.25, and submit their GMAT scores. * Two letters of recommendation from faculty and/ or employers, a personal statement, and an interview with the director of MBA programs are required. *Admission Requirements for Wagner Undergraduate Alumni: Wagner students with a GPA of will be considered for admission, depending on available space in the program. The GMAT requirement is waived for Wagner alumni. International Study All Accelerated MBA students participate in a Global Competitive Business Study as part of their coursework in international business and the relationship between business and government. This study includes a one-week program in the major business centers of one or two foreign countries. Transportation, lodging, site admission, and some meal expenses are fully covered by tuition. Past locations have included Ireland, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, France, Belgium, and the Netherlands. During the spring 2009 study, the group visited the European Commission and the European Parliament in Brussels; Arcelor Mittal, the world s largest steel producer, in Ghent; and the U.S. Consulate in Amsterdam. Facilities On Wagner s attractive, small campus, all classroom buildings are easily accessible. Here, Main Hall is shown from Spiro Communications Center. 15
18 16 Career Connections Internships Wagner s location in New York City makes it ideally situated to connect students with a wide variety of business opportunities. Internships allow students to explore career fields, gain valuable contacts, and apply their skills and knowledge. Many employers view internships as a pipeline for future hires. Wagner students have done internships in New York City at firms such as: Citibank Credit Suisse JPMorgan Chase & Co. Merrill Lynch Morgan Stanley MetLife TIAA-CREF Business Advisory Council Wagner s Business Advisory Council (BAC) is a group of distinguished New York City business leaders and extraordinary graduates of the Wagner College graduate business programs. Their advice and guidance helps shape our programs to be the most effective and competitive they can be. BAC members are also instrumental in helping Wagner MBA students secure internship positions. Career Services Wagner s Center for Academic and Career Development is available to assist MBA students with career development, career exploration, and job search resources, such as: Networking Events: In an informal setting, students have the opportunity to make personal connections with alumni, employers, and friends of the College from a wide variety of industries and backgrounds. Mock Interviews: Students may practice their interviewing skills and receive feedback on their performance during these sessions, conducted by alumni, employers, and friends of the College. The Wagner Internship and Career Search (WICS) System: Our online internship and job search database gives students access not only to opportunities offered to Wagner students, but also to thousands of others across the country secured by the Experience network. One-on-One Appointments: Students may meet with a career counselor for assistance in writing resumes and cover letters, exploring careers, and conducting a job search. The CACD also brings companies to campus to hold information sessions and to conduct job interviews. Educational Enrichment Graduate Writing Center The Graduate Writing Center is a free enrichment service to help Wagner MBA students learn the basic principles of good business writing and, when applicable, proper APA format. The center offers oneon-one consultations that can help you effectively approach your topic, efficiently organize your ideas, and guide your revision process. The center can also address more general topics such as argumentation, critical thinking, and style. Students are free to visit the Writing Center at any stage of the writing process, from outlining the paper to polishing the final draft. Center for International Business Strategic Studies The Center for International Business Strategic Studies is a research and educational center hosted by Wagner College. CIBSS is dedicated to providing strategic analysis of the global economic, political, and cultural environment for academia, the business community, and policy makers. It offers public talks by business and government leaders. Campus Facilities The Horrmann Library: Open 24 hours a day during the semester, Sunday morning through Friday evening, and extended hours
19 on Saturday. Offers 161,000 book titles and access to more than 19,000 magazines, journals, and newspapers in print and electronic formats. The Spiro Sports Center: Houses a complete fitness center, aerobics room and dance studio, free weight facilities, and a six-lane NCAA regulation swimming pool. Offers fitness classes and health and wellness programs. Wagner College Theatre: Ranked top 10 collegiate theatre program by the Princeton Review. Discounted tickets available for students. Fi n a n c i n g Yo u r MBA Payment Plans and Loans An interest-free payment plan is available to MBA students. In addition, multiple types of educational loans are available to students, including the Stafford Loan, Plus Loan, and other alternative loans. Wagner Fellowships Alumni Fellowships are awarded to undergraduate alumni of Wagner College for graduate study. The fellowship is limited to degree-seeking graduate students. Fellows receive a 25 percent tuition discount. During the regular academic year (fall and spring), students must be registered for a minimum of 9 credits and a maximum of 12 credits in order to receive the discount. During the summer session, a student must be registered for a minimum of 6 credits and maximum of 12 credits in order to benefit from the fellowship. Graduate Assistantships Wagner College offers Graduate Assistant (GA) positions through the Division of Graduate Studies. Accelerated MBA and Executive MBA students are ineligible for GA positions. Wagner College covers the full tuition of GAs and provides a small stipend. GA positions are available in athletics and administrative areas. Ho u s i n g Wagner College leases apartments from the nearby Grymes Hill complex to provide graduate students affordable housing close to campus. Each two-bedroom apartment is shared by three graduate students. To be eligible for College housing, a student must be enrolled as a full-time student (9 or more credits per semester). Ad m i s s i o n Pr o c e d u r e Applications are accepted throughout the year, and acceptance decisions are made on a rolling basis. Each application is considered for the next entering class. The sooner you complete the application process, the sooner your admission decision will be made. GMAT Applicants to the Traditional MBA and Accelerated MBA programs are required to submit GMAT scores as part of their application. There is no minimum score requirement, and we admit applicants with a range of GMAT scores. Applicants to the Executive MBA program are exempt from taking the GMAT. Wagner College graduates applying to the Accelerated MBA program are also exempt from the GMAT requirement. International Students Wagner College welcomes MBA students from around the world. On average, five percent of the students enrolled in the MBA programs are international students. The admission policies and tuition specified for each of the MBA programs also apply to international students. Student Union The Wagner Union includes a dining hall, café, book store, and the Center for Academic and Career Development. 17
20 Overview of Wagner MBA Programs Traditional MBA Executive MBA Accelerated MBA Degree Awarded MBA in one or two majors (Finance, International Business, Health Care Administration, Management, or Marketing) MBA in Management MBA in Management Admission Requirements Bachelor s degree, GMAT score, two letters of recommendation, and personal statement Bachelor s degree, minimum six years of professional experience, interview, and two letters of recommendation Bachelor s degree with a minimum GPA of 3.25, GMAT score, two letters of recommendation, personal statement, and interview Program Length Two years 21 months One year Program Start Date Beginning of each semester (August, January, or May) August May Program Format Students have autonomy in course choice and scheduling Locked program, no elective courses, a cohort class of students Locked program, no elective courses, a cohort class of students Class Schedule Evening and Saturday classes Saturday classes only Full-time program, daytime classes, no Saturday classes Internship Optional No internship Required and integrated into the program Room & Board Not included in tuition, available when application is submitted early. Costs range from $8,400 to $10,000 per year. Not available Not included in tuition, available when application is submitted early. Costs range from $8,400 to $10,000 per year. International Trip Optional, not included in regular tuition One week in a foreign country. Tuition includes all transportation, lodging, and admission to sites. One week in a foreign country. Tuition includes all transportation, lodging, and admission to sites. Additional Amenities _ Tuition covers a laptop computer, all books, meals on campus Tuition covers a laptop computer, all books, team building week Contact Us Office of Graduate Business Programs Wagner College One Campus Road Staten Island, New York MBA PROGRAMS